Riverlake Community Association

Crime tends to increase during the holiday shopping season so please practice some common sense suggestions offered by the Sheriff’s Department to increase your personal safety.  Over the past weekend, our Riverlake community experienced five incidents of intrusions to vehicles, garages, and storage sheds.

​Riverlake is proud to provide 24 hours per day, seven days per week vehicle patrol services.  Visibility is a powerful crime deterrent.  Our patrol officers enhance the Riverlake Community safety and reduce the risk of vandalism and theft and provide reassurance after-hours for our homeowners. Allied Universal Service's private security patrol officers are trained to notice anything out of the ordinary and to prevent problems before they start.  If you have any security concerns, we urge you to call our patrol officer on duty at (916) 584-6224.

Please lock your doors and windows; a secure home is a safer home.


Locked garages are the best homes for your vehicles.  If you must leave them in your driveways, please lock, remove visible valuables, and don’t leave any remotes inside for criminals to potentially use.  For those of you behind gates, please do your best to notify our patrol officer on duty at (916) 584-6224 of any unfamiliar tailgators.  Again, Be Aware Of Tailgators!

And please report any suspicious activity immediately to law enforcement.  The Sheriff’s non-emergency number is 874-5115; for an emergency call 9-1-1.

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